What would you like to know about Boston Midtown? Here’s a brief overview:
Anchored by t.he Boston Common the Theater District the Financial District and Government Center is a relatively
new residential neighborhood Midtown which continues to move towards a 24/7 live and work enclave right in the heart of the city. Anchoring Midtown on one end is the Boston Common one of the oldest parks in the country with 50 acres of land the common is part of the Emerald Necklace of parkways that strings throughout Boston the location of numerous theater and musical events it’s also home to the Frog Pond which offers ice-skating in the winter.
Downtown Crossing is a shopping district just east of the common and it’s anchored by Macy’s plus numerous restaurants and small business establishments it’s also nearer to Fanueil Hall part of Downtown Crossing is a pedestrian mall and it’s closed to traffic.
Founded in 1660 the Boston’s oldest cemeteries Paul Revere and three signers of the Declaration of Independence have had their final resting place here; Kings Chapel burying ground the sight of many graves of historical figures and the oldest cemetery in the country.
Boston the old City Hall is one of the few remaining French Second Empire style buildings in the country built between 1862 and 1865 it’s located on the Freedom Trail and it’s now home to an upscale Steakhouse restaurants da the square is located in the financial district sitting above a parking garage the 1.7 acre park is a popular lunchtime
destination for area employees numerous restaurants and shopping opportunities as well as bars and clubs can be found in and around the Midtown area and of course there’s Boston’s theater district a hotspot for local off-broadway theater and tour in productions it’s also home to numerous restaurants several comedy clubs nightclubs and piano bars where the patrons belt out show tunes late into the night
If you enjoy living on the edge of Boston Common that is the Grandview the Parkside and trim out on the common all enjoy premiere views of the park and Back Bay the elegant Ritz-Carlton with over 35 stories overlook the park and
Back Bay on one side and Boston Harbor on the other side and it’s a full-service doorman building with all
the bells and whistles you would expect the new Residences at the W soar 28 floors above the theater district 45
Province with over 30 levels of stunning views offer floor-to-ceiling windows as well and views of the common Back Bay the Charles River te Financial District and the harbor with incredible views of the city and the most convenient of locations Midtown Boston has some of the best options for high-rise city living.